AU - Australia, CAN - Canada, GB - England, FR - France, DE2 - Germany, NZ - New Zealand, ZA - South Africa **
Jun 1-30 is International Men's Month - See List of Men's Issues & Book of the Day. Each day at "Today" on our home page, we will be presenting information on a different men's issue. The issue changes each day at midnight, so check in to learn more about "Men's Issues" and men's lives. We will also have a Book of the Day concerning that issue. This might be the perfect time to sign up for our free newsletter which will bring all of this to you each morning. Spread the word and let everyone in your address book know.
June 1 - Affirmations
Random Acts of Kindness: Bring more peace, love and compassion
into the world, Will Glennon
June 2 - Awareness - Men Are Great: How to build a relationship that brings out the best in both of you, Karen Jones
June 3 - Sex Roles, Social Theory - Micro Trends: The small forces behind tomorrow's big changes, Mark J. Penn & E. Kinney Zalesne
June 4 - Culture, humor, the media, music, poetry, writings - Car-O-Scope: What your car says about you, Steve Sheppard
June 5 - Men's Lives -The Untethered Soul: The journey beyond yourself, Michael A. Singer
June 6 - Isolation, Intimacy - A Relentless Hope: Surviving the storm of teen depression, Gary Nelson
Jun 6-8 - New Warrior Training Adventure, Chi, Greater Washington, France in French, Norcal, Northwest, Phily
June 7 - Homophobia, Gay Issues - Straight Talk about Gays in the Workplace: Creating an inclusive, productive environment for everyone in your organization, Liz Winfeld
June 8 - Abuse - sexual, physical, emotional, psychological, spiritual - Pain Unspeakable: Effects of and Interventions for Childhood Trauma from Infancy Through Adolescence, Sandra B. Hutchison
June 9 - Men's Physical Health - men out-die women in all 10 leading causes of death (Men's Health Week - US/CAN/UK/NSW) - Body Signs: From warning signs to false alarms...how to be your own diagnostic deteective, Joan Liebmann-Smith and Jacqueline Nardi Egan
June 10 - Men's Sexual Health (Men's Health Week - US/CAN/UK/NSW) - The Fire and the Rose: The wedding of spirituality and sexuality, Bud Harris
June 11 - Men's Spiritual Health (Men's Health Week - US/CAN/UK/NSW ) - Soul Sailing: How life-stories can transform the voyage: An interactive guidebook for your journey, Jay F. Littell
June 12 - Men's Mental Health (Men's Health Week - US/CAN/UK/NSW) - The Instinct to Heal: Curing stress, anxiety, and depression without drugs and without talk therapy, David Servan-Schreiber
June 12 - The
Strong, Silent Type: Men's Mental Health and Illness,
Vancouver, BC, Canada
June 13 - Men's Emotional Health (Men's Health Week - US/CAN/UK/NSW ) - Practically Shameless: How shadow work helped me find my voice, my path and my inner gold, Alyce Barry
Jun 13-15 - New Warrior Training Adventure, UK
June 14 - Vigil for lost fathers; night of mourning and
healing (Men's Health Week -
US/CAN/UK/NSW ) - The
Song of Father-Son: Men in search of the blessing, Peter
June 15 - Father's Day (Men's Health Week - US/CAN/UK/NSW ) - I Love You Daddy! and I Love You...Grandpa! Giant Coloring and Activity Books.
June 16 - International Take Your Kids to Work Week one day this week - Best Seat in the House: A father, a daughter, a journey through sports, Christine Brennan
June 17 - Fathering - Letters to Fathers from Daughters: A pathway to healing and hope, Sharon Alworth and Bonnie Birnam
June 18 - Fathers, Single Fathers, Step-Fathers, Gay Fathers, Fathers & Daughters, Fathers & Sons - Fathers-To-Be Handbook: A road map for the transition to fatherhood, Patrick Houser
June 19 - Mentoring & Initiation - The Elder Within: The source of mature masculinity, Terry Jones
June 20 - Relationships - Points: Women Have Them, Men Need Them, The Relationship Survival Guide for People Who Don't Like Relationship Survival Guides, I. Glebe
Jun 20-22 - New Warrior Training Adventure, Canada West (Ro), HOU, Indiana (Ohio), LA, Windsor/Detroit
June 21 - Divorce and Custody - Make Any Divorce Better, Ed Sherman
June 22 - Addiction & Recovery - What Ever It Takes, God: The most difficult things for men to survive, John Oarc
June 23 - Violence - plus largest resource of alternatives to violence for male and female perpetrators - Handbook of School Violence, Edwin R. Gerler, Jr.
June 24 - Crime & Prison - Serving Time, Serving Others: Acts of kindness by inmates, prison staff, victims and volunteers, Tom and Laura Lagana
June 25 - Environmental Responsibility - Our Final Hour: A scientist's warning, Martin Rees
June 26 - Circumcision - I Want My Foreskin for GiftMas, Carl Schutt
June 27 - Multicultural - Ten Things Every Black Man Must do Before He Dies, Julius Kane
June 28 - Aging, transition & death - Internet Guide to Anti-Aging and Longevity, Elizabeth Connor
June 29 - The Five Major Men's Movements - Mythopoetic Perspectives of Men's Healing Work: An anthology for therapists and others, Edward Read Barton, Bergin & Garvey
June 30 - Responsibility - The Why Cafe, John P. Strelecky
June is Adopt-A-Shelter Cat; Cancer from the Sun; Children's Awareness; Entrepreneurs "Do It Yourself" Marketing; Fireworks Safety; *Gay & Lesbian Pride Coming Out Month - Time to celebrate all forms of love and family; International Men's; International People Skills; National Bless-a-Child; National Burglary Prevention; National Rivers; National Safety; National Scleroderma Awareness; Rebuild Your Life; Student Safety; Vision Research and National Headache Awareness Month.
These dates are from past years and may change in 2008: May 14-Jun 18: National Family Month. Week of June 1-7: International Volunteers; Stepparents Week. June 2-9: National Homeownership Week. June 2-10: National Fishing Week. June 3-9: Black Single Parents, National Hug Holiday, *Small Business Week. June 7-14: Nurses Assistants Day and Week. June 10-16: *National Flag Week. June 11-17: Meet a Mate, *National Little League Baseball; National Men's Health Week in the U.S. and Canada. June 13-20: National Hermit Week. June 17-23: National Forgiveness; Universal Father's Week. June 17-24: Amateur Radio Week. June 18-22: Take Your Pet to Work Week. June 24-30: Carpenter Any Awareness; Helen Keller Deaf-Blindness Awareness Week. June 27 - July 4: Special Recreation Week. June 1: National New Year's Resolution Recommitment; Stand for Children Day that encourages individuals to improve children's lives. www.stand.org. June 1-2 Donut; Partner's Day - Day to give thanks to your spouse/partner for precious love shared. June 2: Mindfulness; National Trails Day; June 3: Children's Awareness, June 4: United Nationals International Day of Innocent Children Victims of Aggression. June 5: Alternative Officing, National Family, United Nations World Environment Day - Day to mourn the harm done to the earth (past and present), make reparation and celebrate its beauty. June 9: Take a Kid Fishing Weekend. June 10: Abused Women and Children's Awareness Day; Alcoholics Anonymous founded. Children's Sunday. June 11: Race Unity Day. June 14: *Flag Day, Family History; Sustainable Development Day - Day the world's nations committed to sustainable development (1992). June 15: Magna Carta Day. June 16: *Father's Day, Family Awareness, United Nations World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought, Join Hands Day. June 19: National Splurge; Still Need to Do; World Sauntering Day. June 20: World Juggling; Toad Hollow Day of Thank You. June 21: Baby Boomers Recognition Day. June 23: Let It Go Day. June 24: Celebration of the Senses; America's Kids Day. June 26: UN International Day in Support of Victims of Torture; United Nations International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking; National Columnist's Day. June 27: National HIV Testing; Special Recreation for Disabled, Decide to Be Married Day. June 28: Stonewall Riots - (1969), day to mourn victims of homophobia (past and present), make peace, and celebrate lesbian and gay empowerment. June 29: Peter & Paul Day. June 30: Descendants Day.
* Means a Presidential Proclamation has been made.
Clad in tight, beaded corsets that indicate their position in the age set system, two Dinka friends walk among the herd. First fitted at puberty, the color-coded corsets are everyday wear for most Dinka males. They are sewn in place and removed only when the wearer is promoted to a new age set. The red-and-blue corset on the right is worn by men of fifteen to twenty-five years of age, and the yellow-and-blue by those over thirty, indicating that the wearer is ready for marriage. Each Dinka herder is named after his "namesake ox," which he receives at puberty and adopts as a soulmate for life. Sudan. Men of the African Ark calendar, Pomegranate
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